Lady Gaga's Secrets Safe After Legal Victory

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Lady Gaga has just scored a huge legal victory, where a judge agreed to seal secrets that she said would be damaging to her career if they were made public. Lady GaGa poses during the Lennon Ono Grant For Peace awards ceremony in Reykjavik, Iceland on October 9, 2012. This year's recipients are Lady GaGa, Rachel Corrie, John Perkins, Christopher Hitchens and Pussy Riot.   AFP PHOTO / Thorvaldur Orn Kristmundsson        (Photo credit should read Thorvaldur Orn Kristmundsson/AFP/GettyImages)Lady Gaga's secrets are safe!

The "Born This Way" singer recently filed legal documents, begging the court to seal information that she claims is "sensitive, private and personal," saying that if it was released, it would "inflict significant personal and professional harm upon" her career.

The information came into play during a court case involving Gaga's friend Wendy Starland and former boyfriend and producer Rob Fusari over money that Wendy feels she is owed for discovering Gaga.

Fortunately for Mother Monster, a New York judge has just ruled in her favor, agreeing that the documents should stay sealed, according to TMZ.

The judge noted that both Gaga and Rob wanted the information sealed and said that if released, it would, in fact, "seriously injure" her.

Hmm...we can't even imagine what might be in there, but it must be some pretty serious stuff!

Are you surprised that the judge granted Gaga's request?



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